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Mark Your Calendar
March 16–Nov. 8
Exhibit: History in the Making: Texas A&M Forest Service, highlighting the agency's past 100 years, at the George Bush Presidential Library
National Agriculture Day
4-H Day at the Capitol
Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association Annual Convention - Look for the Aggie Reception March 27!
AgriLife Advanced Leaders in the Capitol
April 23, 24, 25, 2015
Texas A&M Legacy Society
More Events →
Akey named sole finalist for TVMDL director position
The Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering celebrates its centennial anniversary with a new publication: Engineering Agriculture at Texas A&M: The First Hundred Years
Texas A&M AgriLife Research retains No. 1 ranking in agricultural research expenditures
Ranking marks second year in a row to top almost 200 universities nationwide
I am proud to say Texas A&M AgriLife Research again ranks first in the nation in agricultural research spending, according to the National Science Foundation (NSF). With $179 million recorded for 2013, AgriLife Research sits $22 million higher than No. 2 ranked University of Florida.
It's evident our faculty, staff, and graduate students have continued to work hard to secure funding in a highly competitive environment. The important aspect of this is that our faculty can continue to do the work that significantly impacts citizens of Texas and the world by developing new breakthroughs in agricultural sciences.
Read the press release here →
In addition, Texas A&M University has rejoined the nation's list of the top 20 research universities, based on R&D expenditures. Read more →
These rankings reflect the quality of our programs, your dedication to scientific discoveries, and your commitment to make our world a better place. Thank you!!
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William "Bill" Dugas
Acting Vice Chancellor and Acting Dean
Agriculture and Life Sciences